Prognostic factors in canine mammary tumors: a multivariate study of 202 consecutive cases.

@article{Hellmn1993PrognosticFI,
  title={Prognostic factors in canine mammary tumors: a multivariate study of 202 consecutive cases.},
  author={Eva Hellm{\'e}n and Reinhold Bergstr{\"o}m and Lars H Holmberg and I B Sp{\aa}ngberg and Kerstin Hansson and Anders Lindgren},
  journal={Veterinary pathology},
  year={1993},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={20-7}
}
The prognostic variables of 223 consecutively sampled spontaneous mammary tumors from female dogs were studied. These variables included flow cytometric DNA analysis and cell proliferation measured as cells in S-phase rate evaluated from DNA histograms. The dogs were surgically treated, in most cases with unilateral mastectomy (all mammary glands), and 202 of the 223 dogs were studied temporally following surgery. Univariate analysis with correction for age indicated that the variables of lymph… CONTINUE READING

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